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3 Sep 2015 at 1:44pm
Backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo gets his last and probably best chance in the preseason to prepare to be the opening night starter if Tom Brady's suspension holds. Brady often sits out the entirety of the fourth exhibition game, and there's even more reason for him to hold a clipboard Thursday night. Garoppolo threw only 27 passes last year, most of it in garbage time.

3 Sep 2015 at 2:57am
NEW YORK (AP) -- Serena Williams, pursuing tennis' first true Grand Slam in more than 25 years, overcame 10 double-faults and two dozen other unforced errors in a sloppy 7-6 (5) 6-3 victory over 110th-ranked Kiki Bertens in the second round of the US Open.

2 Sep 2015 at 10:28pm
The wife of Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan has apologized for ''disparaging'' and ''unfounded'' comments on her Twitter account about an ESPN reporter. The Redskins issued a statement on behalf of Jessica McCloughan on Wednesday night in which she acknowledged making the remarks, which said the reporter exchanged sexual favors for information. Jessica McCloughan's statement begins: ''I deeply apologize for the disparaging remarks about an ESPN reporter on my personal Twitter account.

2 Sep 2015 at 9:02pm
OK, this is already spoiled because you saw the headline, but if I were to tell you that the wife of a certain NFL team's general manager is in trouble because she posted inappropriate tweets about said general manager and an ESPN reporter, which team would you guess is involved? Washington, you say? Of course you do! [ Yahoo Daily Fantasy Football: Enter our $1 Million Week 1 contest ] Yes, folks, just when you think the trainwreck that is the Washington Redskins can't be any more of a pileup, the wreckage explodes and spews toxic fumes all over the countryside. Today's contestant in Football Team Or Reality Show is Jessica McCloughan, wife of Redskins GM Scot McCloughan. Mrs. McCloughan got a wee bit too free with Twitter, and, well, she's having to apologize. Grandstanding: A Yahoo Sports podcast Subscribe via iTunes or via RSS feed In a since-deleted tweet on a since-closed private account, Jessica McCloughan accused ESPN reporter Dianna Marie Russini, in no uncertain terms, of exchanging certain, uh, favors for scoops from McCloughan about the team. A Redskins spokesman initially denied that the tweets came from Jessica McCloughan, claiming that an impostor was at work (should have gone with the social media intern defense ), but later on Wednesday Jessica McCloughan cleared the air: Redskins issue statement on behalf of Jessica McCloughan, wife of GM Scot McCloughan. pic.twitter.com/YAxFi2IZiC ? Mike Jones (@MikeJonesWaPo) September 3, 2015 ESPN offered a statement supporting Russini, and in truth she's brought in plenty of scoops since long before McCloughan arrived on the scene. Between this and Robert Griffin III's Instagram follies , the Redskins are having a heck of a week on social media. And it's only Wednesday. Grandstanding: A Yahoo Sports podcast Subscribe via iTunes or via RSS feed ____ Jay Busbee is a writer for Yahoo Sports. Contact him at jay.busbee@yahoo.com or find him on Twitter. Follow @jaybusbee And keep up with Jay over on Facebook , too.

2 Sep 2015 at 6:35pm
Robert Griffin III made his first public comments since losing his job to Kirk Cousins, but didn't address the Redskins' starting quarterback situation. Redskins coach Jay Gruden chose Cousins as the starter on Monday following Cousins' strong performance in Saturday's preseason victory against Baltimore. Griffin, originally chosen the starter last winter, was ruled out of that game while in the NFL's concussion protocol.

2 Sep 2015 at 7:39am
''Hey, what's up, Mike?'' yelled one New York Jets fan, excited to see his team's general manager standing just a few feet away. ''You're the man, Mike Mac!'' exclaimed another before several others in the crowd at training camp begged for an autograph from the Jets' newest Mr. Popularity - a reluctant celebrity after a career spent behind the scenes. ''I've never gone through that before,'' Maccagnan said in an interview with The Associated Press.

2 Sep 2015 at 1:51am
When DeMarco Murray traded the blue star on his helmet for silver and white wings, the balance of power in the NFC East shifted from the Dallas Cowboys to the Philadelphia Eagles. Last season, Murray helped the Cowboys end a string of mediocre seasons with a record-setting performance that catapulted Dallas to 12 wins and its first division crown in five years. Murray is one of five new starters on an offense that has thrived since Kelly's arrival in 2013.

1 Sep 2015 at 9:02pm
Grandstanding: A Yahoo Sports podcast Subscribe via iTunes or via RSS feed Oh, Washington Redskins fans, have we got a treat for you. New Washington Post columnist Jerry Brewer joins us on the podcast, and man, does he bring the heat ... a nice, tight spiral right on its target, which is a lot more than you can say for any Redskins quarterback of the last few years. Brewer brings us details on: ? How Robert Griffin III sowed the seeds of his own failure, and why he might not have an easier time anywhere else; ? How head coach Jay Gruden is now on the hook for no matter what happens next in D.C.; ? How new QB Kirk Cousins might be the only guy to come out of this whole mess looking halfway decent; ? How owner Dan Snyder resembles a "snake in the grass," and continues to cause problems for his own team; and ? How this team might, might , just have a bit of hope in the years ahead. It's great stuff, whether or not you're a fan of the Redskins. Check it out for insights on how covering one of the NFL's worst teams is in some ways better than covering one of its best (Brewer just came from Seattle). Enjoy! Thanks for listening to the Grandstanding podcast with Jay Busbee and Kevin Kaduk. Hit us up on Twitter ( @kevinkaduk and @jaybusbee ) Facebook ( Kaduk here , Busbee here ) or via the hashtag #grandstanding . See you next ep! [Music by Chris Salmon and Tobin Summerfield ] ____ Jay Busbee is a writer for Yahoo Sports. Contact him at jay.busbee@yahoo.com or find him on Twitter. Follow @jaybusbee And keep up with Jay over on Facebook , too.

1 Sep 2015 at 6:32pm
Matt Barkley and Tim Tebow are competing to be the third quarterback on the Philadelphia Eagles roster, with one more last chance coming in the Eagles' preseason finale on Thursday. Barkley said he was informed he'll get the start Thursday against the Jets and Tebow is expected to play the second half. - - Head coach Mike Pettine said the Cleveland Browns are not sure when quarterback Johnny Manziel will be ready to throw again.

1 Sep 2015 at 4:26pm
DeSean Jackson said he can relate to what Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is going through. ''But this is the game we're in, this is the league we're in, this is the NFL. Coach Jay Gruden announced that Kirk Cousins will be the team's starter after Cousins performed well in Saturday's preseason game.

1 Sep 2015 at 12:05pm
Washington Post's Dan Steinberg explains why Redskins' owner Dan Snyder needs to take his share of the blame for the downfall of Robert Griffin III and the locker room reaction to Kirk Cousins leading the team.

1 Sep 2015 at 11:49am
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh got a bit mouthy with Redskins head coach Jay Gruden during Saturday's preseason game , jawing in the wake of Washington linebacker Keenan Robinson's body-slam of receiver Kamar Aiken. What did Harbaugh say to Gruden? We're not quite sure, but reading lips, it sure seemed like there was at least one f-bomb in there. Not so, Harbaugh insists. "For all those lip readers out there that want to write headlines about what was said, there's more than one word to the English language that begins with F," Harbaugh said . "I really make it a point in life to not use that word as much as possible. I'm not batting 1.000. I always remember when I say that. So, maybe it was fight . Is that plausible? Maybe it was football . But I'm going to say that I'm 99.99 percent certain it wasn't the word that it was reported to be. Just for the record." We're not quite sure what the big deal is here. Look, if some linebacker is trying to plant one of your players skull-first like an explorer with a flag stick, that might be worth an f-bomb or two. Sure, Harbaugh could have said, "In the spirit of FRIENDSHIP I wish you wouldn't do that" or "That's the kind of behavior that causes a FIGHT" or "FRENCH toast is a delightful breakfast entree," but let's dispense with this "civilized language" nonsense in the heat of an argument. Adults know better than to use such language in polite settings, and children shouldn't be watching the Washington Redskins without parental supervision anyway. [ Yahoo Daily Fantasy Football: Enter our $1 Million Week 1 contest ] Then again, maybe it was "football," since that's all Harbaugh was willing to talk about during his unnecessarily awkward halftime interview: AW YEAH LET'S TALK FOOTBALL AND NUTHIN' BUT FOOTBALL. Come on, coach. It's the preseason. Not like being a human being is going to be a distraction or anything. In the NFL these days, you've got to come into the locker room riding a unicorn to do that. ____ Jay Busbee is a writer for Yahoo Sports. Contact him at jay.busbee@yahoo.com or find him on Twitter. Follow @jaybusbee And keep up with Jay over on Facebook , too.

1 Sep 2015 at 6:17am
Robert Griffin III is trying to his get his life, his career and his passwords back. According to SB Nation, Griffin's official Instagram account "liked" a post from another user that slammed the Washington Redskins, their "sorry ass team owner" and dropped an #ImpeachDanSnyder hashtag for good measure (in case the subtlety hadn't come through earlier). [ Yahoo Sports Fantasy Football: Sign up and join a league today! ] Griffin then responded with a block-lettering mandate headlined "I JUST WANT TO SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT" and then went on to throw "one of the interns" under the bus for authorizing the previous like, saying he didn't have access to his own passwords. (An aside: Has Hillary Clinton tried that one yet?) The always-blame-the-intern routine might work for other folks in D.C., but Griffin's approval rating is hovering atRick Santorum-esque levels currently. [ Yahoo Daily Fantasy Football: Enter our $1 Million Week 1 contest ] Remember when Griffin vowed to quit social media ? Yeah, that was fun while it lasted. Even two weeks ago when Griffin tried to be both deferential and confident in the same interview, it came out twisted. Why? It's because too often his cup runneth over and Griffin uses the pronoun "I" where "we" might be the better substitute. But it's too late now. That ship has sailed; social-media posts can be unliked, posts can be removed and all that, but we know what the deal was in the first place. Instead of an intern, Robert, we suggest getting an editor. They save our bacon on a daily basis. - - - - - - - Eric Edholm is a writer for Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at edholm@yahoo-inc.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Eric_Edholm

1 Sep 2015 at 3:16am
Jeff Brubach looks at fantasy news from around the NFL, led by the release of veteran running back Fred Jackson.

1 Sep 2015 at 1:40am
With Boston out, Los Angeles appears on the verge of stepping in as the U.S. candidate for the 2024 Olympic Games. The City Council is scheduled to vote Tuesday on a proposal to authorize Mayor Eric Garcetti to execute agreements related to the Olympic bid. If approved, the U.S. Olympic Committee is expected to announce LA is the candidate.

3 Sep 2015 at 3:26pm
Patriots Nation is crowing after a federal judge erased quarterback Tom Brady's four-game ''Deflategate'' suspension. Fans heading to Gillette Stadium for Thursday's final exhibition against the New York Giants said they were energized by the ruling. Many, like Peter Cordero, of Revere, Massachusetts, never doubted the NFL's punishment would be overturned.

3 Sep 2015 at 1:44pm
Backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo gets his last and probably best chance in the preseason to prepare to be the opening night starter if Tom Brady's suspension holds. Brady often sits out the entirety of the fourth exhibition game, and there's even more reason for him to hold a clipboard Thursday night. Garoppolo threw only 27 passes last year, most of it in garbage time.

3 Sep 2015 at 11:25am
Every NFL player should be as happy as Tom Brady today. For years the players have complained about the NFL's discipline process, and specifically how commissioner Roger Goodell is all-powerful in the process (though, one has to wonder why they weren't so loud about the issue during CBA negotiations in 2011). [ Yahoo Sports Fantasy Football: Sign up and join a league todayl ] In vacating Brady's suspension , Judge Richard M. Berman saw through the NFL trampling on the rights of its players. The ruling mocked the supposed independence of Ted Wells' report. The second page of the ruling calls it the "Pash/Wells investigation." Jeff Pash is the NFL's general counsel. The NFL wanted its case to be heard in New York, did what amounted to an end-around to get the case in New York, and still lost. That's how badly the league flubbed this whole ordeal. Even in what it sought out as a friendly venue, the NFL couldn't win. Now the players might have a blueprint to fight back. Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy is reportedly considering it. Hardy has a four-game suspension for a domestic violence incident in 2014, and ESPN's Ed Werder reported that Hardy will discuss with the union if he will appeal that suspension on the heels of the Brady decision. [ Yahoo Daily Fantasy Football: Enter our $1 Million Week 1 contest ] Losing in a case like Brady (again, it's not the first time Goodell and the NFL have lost when pushed back by the players) might be a rough precedent for the NFL. Goodell has built his tenure as commissioner around his discipline process, but it's obviously flawed. Berman saw that, and the players should feel empowered a bit now. The NFLPA expressed that in its statement after the Brady decision, which seemed like a victory lap: The rights of Tom Brady and of all NFL players under the collective bargaining agreement were affirmed today by a Federal Judge in a court of the NFL?s choosing. We thank Judge Berman for his time, careful consideration of the issue and fair and just result. This decision should prove, once and for all, that our Collective Bargaining Agreement does not grant this Commissioner the authority to be unfair, arbitrary and misleading. While the CBA grants the person who occupies the position of Commissioner the ability to judiciously and fairly exercise the designated power of that position, the union did not agree to attempts to unfairly, illegally exercise that power, contrary to what the NFL has repeatedly and wrongfully claimed. We are happy for the victory of the rule of law for our players and our fans. This court?s decision to overturn the NFL Commissioner again should signal to every NFL owner that collective bargaining is better than legal losses. Collective bargaining is a much better process that will lead to far better results. The NFL has already announced it will appeal the ruling. Regardless, whatever happens with Hardy and other discipline matters going forward, Thursday was a big day for NFL players. - - - - - - - Frank Schwab is the editor of Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at shutdown.corner@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YahooSchwab

3 Sep 2015 at 12:51am
In the right spot, risking fallout or shame can work. Even in a year when the NFL seems more hell-bent than ever to avoid embarrassment.

2 Sep 2015 at 1:53am
Consider Rob Gronkowski the touchdown-scoring embodiment of that in fantasy football. The New England Patriots star is the rare tight end worthy of first-round draft consideration. The dilemma: Picking Gronkowski could mean missing out on top running backs like Matt Forte or DeMarco Murray.

2 Sep 2015 at 1:51am
When DeMarco Murray traded the blue star on his helmet for silver and white wings, the balance of power in the NFC East shifted from the Dallas Cowboys to the Philadelphia Eagles. Last season, Murray helped the Cowboys end a string of mediocre seasons with a record-setting performance that catapulted Dallas to 12 wins and its first division crown in five years. Murray is one of five new starters on an offense that has thrived since Kelly's arrival in 2013.

2 Sep 2015 at 12:19am
San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Tomsula denied reports that rugby league convert Jarryd Hayne had already booked his place on the NFL team's final 53-man roster for the upcoming season. Australian international Hayne has impressed the 49ers management during pre-season with a series of performances that have edged him closer to achieving his dream of a career in American football. "I don't know what the rules are in the media in Australia, but you might want to fact check," Tomsula told San Francisco's KNBR radio station.

















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